Would you like to have more effective team members? Happier clients? Less friction on your project team? More cooperation? Join us as we talk about three "laws" of leadership you can apply in your projects to increase your influence - even without formal authority.
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Mr. Richard Maltzman and Mr. David Shirley will give a brief definition of Green Project Management as we see it and how all projects have green aspects.
This presentation will address some of the key elements associated with preventing, preparing for, and managing through events that could have a devastating impact on an organization. The connection between risk management and the processes and planning for DRBC will be highlighted along with suggestions for developing and maintaining a DRBC plan.
The processes and deliverables associated with project management and the Research Project Management (RPM) role within the Pfizer Pharmatherapeutics Research Unit (PTxRU) have been mapped to the PMI PMBOK (4th Ed.) knowledge areas and process group framework in order to understand how current project management practice within the group align with accepted PMI practices and to identify potential gaps. Key project management activities and tools associated with project initiating, planning, executing, monitor and controlling and closing will be discussed. The process and tools and their role in scope, time, cost, quality, HR, communication, procurement and risk management will be described. Areas where the RPM role and responsibilities differs from PMBOK framework are noted
Our presentation explores the challenges faced by healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) in this process of moving from paper to electronic medical records. (We refer to HDOs throughout as a generic healthcare provider instead of addressing the differences associated with community hospitals, teaching hospitals, physician groups, ambulatory centers, and so on.) This is particularly important given the highly complex nature of healthcare organizations as well as the fundamentally transformative nature of HIT.
Project management is an essential ingredient to innovation. It is only with great project management that you can bring an innovative idea to action. However, innovation requires a different type of project management than the standard multi-year government project. In this webinar, you will learn:•How innovative project management differs from traditional project management•Tools to leverage agile project management and human centered design• How to treat change as a variable and learn from the scrums• Concrete tips and tricks from those doing it right and bringing innovation to their agency
It has become evident that effective Project Management has become significantly more demanding. The customer has been added to the PM table and is demanding higher higher levels of project quality. The successful Project Manager can borrow many of the techniques used by Lean and Six Sigma disciplines to deliver products and processes to continually meet customer needs profitably.
An essential skill we as PM professionals need to recognize is Project Relationship Management or PRM. This presentation takes a look at each of the essential relationships encountered during the life cycle of a project and the effective development, cultivation and maintenance of each.
How do you incorporate risk mitigation plans into the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS)? This is important because it is useful to be able to see the status of the mitigation plan in the IMS and the impact on other tasks if the mitigation plan begins to slip. This webinar presents a tutorial on risk management. It includes: the risk management process; risk identification methods; risk analysis techniques; risk response (handling) methods; and risk monitor and control approaches. Finally, the webinar will explain and show by example how to integrate a risk mitigation plan into the IMS.